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|Coordinates:||23.3819149°N, 93.6866104 °E|
|Present Day Details|
|Place Name:||Terim Township|
Fort White was a small military station in Burma built by the British Army under Field Marshal Sir George Stuart White, V.C., Commander-in-Chief of Upper Burma during their third expeditions in the annexation of the Chin Hills in 1889.
Historical books online
- Fort White is mentioned in The Chin Hills: A History of the people. our dealings with them, their customs and manners, and a Gazetteer of their country by Bertram S Carey and H N Tuck 1896 Archive.org Volume I. Volume II . the latter contains "Gazetteer of Villages". The digital files lack the original photographs.